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Oct 31, 2013 11:00pm EDT
roles reversed. the faa clears the way for electronics use on planes, even during take off and landing. >> now airlines are in a race to offer it first. >>> hello, everyone. >> here's what people are talking about tonight. >> airline passengers can now stay plugged in throughout their flights. the faa has deemed electronic devices safe during take offs and landings, changing its long- time policies. we explain why. >> we ask that you turn your electronics off. >> reporter: you may not hear this announcement the next time you fly. staying connected during take off and landing is about to get easier. >> airlines can safely expand passenger use of portable electronic devices during all phases of flight. >> reporter: as long as they're in airplane mode, they can read, listen to music, and watch videos. they still can't make calls or send texts. until now, mobile devices couldn't be used until planes rose above 10,000 feet. >> why have it serious for so long and loosen up now? >> reporter: they said it posed a safety threat and interfered with air traffic communication, so why the change of
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Nov 7, 2013 7:00pm EST
is created by turning liquid vegetable oil into fat. processed food manufacturers use it because it extends the shelf life and improves the flavor of some foods, including snack foods, such as microwave popcorn, crackers, and cookies. packaged siewps, cakeses, pies, and biscuits, stick margarines and vegetable short ningz, and ready-to-use frostings. and some restaurants use transfats in fried foods. the food and restaurant industries are doing little so far to resist the ban, noting that they've been voluntarily reducing transfats for years inspect in 2003, americans consumed fourp.6 grams of transfats a day. by 2012, it had plummeted to one graham a day, but the f.d.a. says there is no safe level of consumption. new york city banned the use of transfats in restaurants seven years ago. more than a dozen other localities followed. in an interview for "cbs this morning" new york mayor michael bloomberg, who led the charge, said even the restaurants are better off. >> they did not do what some people feared and thaft to replace transfats with something that was even worse. they replaced it wi
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Nov 11, 2013 7:00pm EST
. it was one of the worst storms ever observed on the earth. the u.s. navy estimates sustained winds were 195 miles an hour with gusts up to 235. that force pushed a surge of sea water estimated between 13 and 20 feet high over the land. this was tacloban, a thriving city of more than 200,000 residents before the storm. and this is after. nearly every building damaged or destroyed. families scoured the ruins for anything they could use. this boy found just a few coins. this evening, the official death toll has passed 1,700 but that is sure to go much higher. there is just no way to tell how many have died. a mother went for her son in a chapel that is now a morgue. seth doane in the philippines continues our coverage. >> reporter: a forest of flattened palm trees and waterlogged debris now litter this city of 220,000 after a massive wall of water crashed into tacloban. the ferocious winds and surging tides sent homes out to sea and ships on to land. this distraught mother said she fought to hang on to her daughter when the water rushed ashore but she couldn't hold on. "i thought we were both
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Nov 13, 2013 12:00pm EST
filipino spirit. they refused to give up. >> reporter: the u.s. is among dozens of countries sending aid to the philippines. the united nations says the storm left more than 600,000 people homeless. wjz eyewitness news. >> if you would like to help the red cross is one of the agencies taking donations. call 1-800-red-cross or redcross.org. >>> breaking news from howard county where minutes ago a jury returned the verdict in the sex abuse trial of a former aide at the maryland school for the deaf. of the seven charges that clarence taylor was facing the jury returned two guilty verdicts, one not guilty verdict. not able to reach consensus in the remaining four cases. prosecutors say they will not retry the cases. the jury thribd for two and-a-half days and at one point indicated they may be deadlocked on all charges. more on this at 4:00, 5:00 and 6:00. >>> switching gears -- another cold november day. though we're thankful the winds have died down a little. outside now sunny and very chilly out there. wjz live with first warning weather coverage. marty braving the outback. chelsea ingr
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Nov 14, 2013 7:00pm EST
will not comply with the changes. >> pelley: on capitol hill, nancy cordes tells us democrats who have been pressuring the president to allow americans to keep their insurance are calling his plan a welcome first step. house republicans plan to vote tomorrow on a bill that would allow insurers not only to reinstate the canceled substandard plans but to continue to sell them to new customers. today, the u.s. aircraft carrier "george washington" arrived in the philippines. its 21 helicopters will deliver food and water after typhoon haiyan destroyed buildings and infrastructure there. thousands of people were killed. the exact number is not known. seth doane is in tacloban, the city hardest hit. >> reporter: utility workers in tacloban were back on the job today, but not restoring power. they were still cleaning up. it was the same all over town. almost a week after the typhoon tore through the philippines, very little has changed. how high was the water in here? >> almost 15. >> reporter: 15 feet high the water was? >> yes. >> reporter: ronald calipayan was sorting through the mess at home,
CBS
Nov 10, 2013 7:30pm EST
good for seven up to the 35. >> solomon: what did they tell us about case keenum? very effective, he can make plays off schedule when things break down. >> kevin: third and three. keenum deep, out of bounds for johnson. coverage by peterson. fourth and three. all comes down to this. now this cardinals defense we've talked about up to them to make a play. j.j. watts can do nothing but look on along with a lot of other houston texans. keenum. knocked away by powers, it -- pressure up the middle by darnell dockett. and on downs the cardinals will take over. it's exactly what you have to do. dockett comes around here you've got to put pressure on young quarterbacks, make them have to speed up their decision-making process make throws under pressure. pressure up front leads to good coverage on the back end. they went for hopkins, good coverage on the back ends of the defense. >> kevin: houston is out of timeouts. keenum walks to the sideline, discouraged wide phillips, discouraged gary kayak watching back in stay stop arizona cardinals are going to win their second consecutive game they h
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Nov 11, 2013 4:00pm EST
this church, were quickly overwhelmed. the recovery effort is just beginning. the u.s. military is bringing in generators, as well as food and water. >> reporter: here in los angeles, a group called team rubicon, made up of mostly military veterans has just sent a crew of 15 to help in the relief effort. this is their operations center, where they have also been mapping out the damage in the philippines, to determine to go. >> we'll likely work ourselves out into the rural area. >> reporter: jake wood is leading team rubicon's efforts. >> they'll begin doing search and rescue efforts, as well as local triage. >> reporter: the group is already planning to send in a second team to deal with the overwhelming devastation. teresa garcia, wjz eyewitness news. >> you can help the victims of the philippines typhoon. catholic relief services is taking your donations now. call them at 1-877--help-crs. or go to their website, www.crs.org. >>> here in maryland, we are getting ready for our first taste of real winter-like weather. a bitter blast of arctic air, along with a chance of snow showers. just o
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Nov 12, 2013 12:00pm EST
you to state radar. this is back a couple of hours. we have moisture over us but not much falling at this time. we did see a couple of snowflakes and more in western maryland. current temperatures now -- keep in mind we reached the high after midnight at 52 at the airport. now dropping to 38 degrees. that is where we are sitting now. colder in western maryland, 25 in oakland. we are from about four degrees to ten degrees, 13 cooler than we were this time 24 hours ago. we are ten degrees cooler in baltimore. temperatures will only continue to drop. let's go out to marty live at the wjz mobile weather lab. he has more to talk to you about. how cold is it, marty. >> it's cold. let's take a look at the automated equipment in the mobile weather lab. 37.4. we got a windchill that jumped up to 32. it has been averaging 24, 25. the winds, it's incredible. like when you have a squeak in your car and you take it to the service station, we don't hear anything. the winds just all of a sudden died down but we have been looking at steady winds, not necessarily a gust but steady over 13 miles pe
CBS
Nov 1, 2013 7:00pm EDT
the clues to a motive. john miller will have more about that but first carter evans is at lax for us this evening. carter? >> reporter: scott, terminal 3 is still shut down. many of the roads in and out of lax are closed. and stranded passengers are scattered all over the airport as the investigation continues. the police calls began at 9:20 a.m. in the middle of the morning rush at los angeles international. >> black blue or dark clothing. >> reporter: passengers inside terminal 3 describe shots and then a stampede of terrified people heading toward doors leading out to the tarmac. >> i didn't see his face. i just saw the gun. and i was terrified. and like everybody else was. we were all just on the ground. >> reporter: the shooting began at a tsa check point. the suspect pulled a semi auction rifle out of its bag. los angeles police chief. >> he pred up into the screening area where tsa screeners are and continued shooting and went past the screeners back into the airport itself. >> reporter: the gunman shot four tsa officers killing one. he then moved down the long term nal 3 conc
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Nov 6, 2013 6:00pm EST
is all about building profiles on innocent americans that can be used against them at any time. back to you. >> all right. thank you, mary. benny said he thinks edward snowden did a great public service by forcing nsa surveillance into the spotlight. >> reporter: the towson area is on high alert tonight. after two violent attacks on students from towson university and goucher college. in just two days, police are worried for the victims' safety, with those behind the terror still at large right now. wjz is live. investigator mike hellgren tells us where the search for the suspect stands. mike? >> reporter: vic, people are certainly being cautious here. especially after dark. no one has been caught. and that does have a community on edge. >> reporter: the victims were simply walking on well-traveled burke avenue. sky eye chopper 13 gives you a birds eye view of the area. it's just off york road. the first attack on sunday was a block from the second attack on monday. and close to both towson university and goucher college. >> now that it's getting darker earlier, it's kind of scary wa
CBS
Nov 1, 2013 5:00pm EDT
happened. teri okita joins us now from los angeles international airport, with an update, following up on this tragic story. teri? >> reporter: on a normal day, on this road, outside of los angeles international airport, the road would be packed. not so today because of the shooting and the temporary closure. witnesses describe the scene as chaotic. they heard several pops, and took cover. >> reporter: police and paramedics swarmed terminal 3 at los angeles international airport. after someone opened fire this morning. >> he proceeded up into the screening area, where tsa screeners are, and continued shooting and went past the screeners, back into the airport itself. >> reporter: emergency crews loaded wounded tsa officers into ambulances. one tsa officer, a 40-year-old man, was killed. and three others were injured. passengers inside the terminal heard the gunshots. >> right when i heard the shots, i looked over my shoulder. and everybody was running towards me, saying, run, you know, run. >> reporter: other passengers saw the gunman. >> i noticed he had an assault rifle. a huge gun,
CBS
Nov 12, 2013 7:00pm EST
u.s. marines are already on the ground, as many as 2,000 more are expected. the aircraft carrier "george washington" should arrive on thursday. aquino said today the death toll may reach 2,500-- not the 10,000 some had predicted. but a reliable number is days away. we do know at least two americans are among the dead. in tacloban, the city hit hardest, thousands have swarmed the airport, desperate to get out. for now it's women and children first. those who remain can only try to ward off the smell of death. this was tacloban, a city of 220,000 before the storm. that's the convention center there on the shore. after the typhoon the convention center was just about the only building still standing. seth doane is in tacloban. >> reporter: four days after the typhoon flattened this port city, many bodies still lay uncollected on the side of the road wrapped in cloth. increasingly desperate survivors are scavenging for food. children begged for water from any passing vehicles. while a massive international relief effort is under way, there is little evidence of it on the ground. tacl
CBS
Nov 13, 2013 4:00pm EST
. >> the u.s. is part of those sending reley teams. alphonso van marsh. wjz eyewitness news. >> if you'd like to help, the red cross is one of the agencies taking donations. call 1-800-red cross, or go to their website, www.red cross.org. >>> another day of unseasonably cold temperatures. let's take a live look outside. multiple layers of clothing are a good idea for these people in hampden. this won't keep a few skateboarders from doing a few tricks. and there is no immediate need for these plows and salt trucks. just the city showing that it's ready when winter does arrive. we like to know they're ready. plenty of salt in the dome. a live look outside now. feels as if we've skipped the rest of november, jumped right into december and january. meteorologist tim williams is live in the first warning weather center with updated temperatures. >> good afternoon, everyone. you know, temperatures really are on the cool side, as mary mentioned. and there's not much difference today than yesterday. but certainly with that breeze coming in from the northwest, makes it feel so much colder. 27 now in o
CBS
Nov 5, 2013 12:00pm EST
people as they made their way to safety. >> police came, escorted us. we had to run with our hands up. guns aimed at us, checked us. crazy. >> reporter: authorities found richard shoop's body and gun overnight in the back section of the mall that was closed off to public. authorities say shoop had had a history of drug dealing and drug abuse. >> he was definitely despondent in his life and it could have been the result of perhaps anticipated legal troubles that he thought was coming down or general depression. >> reporter: after friday's deadly shooting at the airport in los angeles authorities say they are relieved shoop didn't take any other lives. wjz, eyewitness news. >> prosecutors say shoop left a letter at his new jersey home he wrote a while ago, referencing his depression and said he felt the end was coming. >>> for the first time one of the tsa agents wounded in last friday's shooting at los angeles international airport is going public. ron matz is in the newsroom with more on what he's saying. good afternoon. >> reporter: good afternoon. tsa behavioral detection officer to
CBS
Nov 12, 2013 6:00pm EST
guerrilla family. using drug conspiracy and related charges. >> reporter: the numerous raids across the city are all in response to the blood bath on city streets. police say is at the hands of bgf gang members. and the last five days, the state's attorney's office, has indicted 68 alleged members on federal charges. police say they will search every crevice of the city, arresting and prosecuting the black guerrilla family. until they are all behind bars. >> we will not stop these efortsdzs. >> reporter: during these raids, police did find heroin and cocaine. i'm rochelle ritchie, wjz eyewitness news. >> suspected gang members were arrested as part of today's raids. but what happens when they go to prison? tonight, at 11:00, a wjz exclusive. i speak with the former security chief who reveals how gangs control the baltimore city detention center. it was a story of sex, smuggling and power. that's tonight at 11:00, on wjz. >> well, winter may still be more than a month away. we're already feeling the chill. wjz finds people waiting for the bus downtown today, piled on the layers. hooded jacket
CBS
Nov 15, 2013 6:00am EST
straighten up, she goes outside. about a minute later these men use a knife to order her back behind the counter. police say these men are responsible for robberies that could include attacks on towson and goucher students. karina is a friend of the victim. >> was she terrified? >> she have scared. she called me later on, at like1 1:00 telling me the fact that she was scared. one of them was standing behind her with the knife held out on her. i'm sure she's very happy that they didn't didn't hurt her. >> police captured the masked men just a few blocks away. >> we will not tolerate this and we will use every resource to do that. >> it put this community on end. >> you have to keep your guard up. it's not good. >> police have charged the men and this video will be key in their prosecution. >> reporter: the ages of the men are between 25 and 37 and police say they're responsible for the robberies of two dollar tree stores and a dunkin donuts. mike schuh, wjz eyewitness news. back to you. >> thank you. police say the official investi. we will continue to follow it for you. stay with wj
CBS
Nov 1, 2013 7:00am EDT
his spot on the ticket to hillary clinton? bill daley was there and he takes us inside the oval office. >>> and this is not your normal yard sale. oprah -- that would be winfrey -- tells us why she's selling part of her estate. >>> but we begin this morning with today's "eye opener," your world in 90 seconds. >> there was water rushing in front of our driveway. >> we lost everything. >> deadly storms sweep across the nation. >> powerful systems sweep from maine to louisiana. >> the storm will hammer the northeast today. >> there was a tornado or two. >> more than a foot of rain leading to dozens of rescues. >> this is crazy. >> releasing documents just six americans enrolled for obama care on day one. >> the government hoping to sign up 7 million people during the enrollment period. >> strongly considered replacing joe biden with hillary clinton. >> 12 students and their driver are okay after the bus tumbled off a bridge into a creek in wichita, kansas. >> a bomb threat aboard united express forced to make a landing. >> we went down fast. >> police
CBS
Nov 2, 2013 7:00am EDT
tsa. wjz has complete coverage of the shooting. kai jackson shows us dramatic images from the airport as passengers ran for cover. let's go to edward lawrence with the latest for wjz from los angeles. >> investigators worked through the night at l.a.x.'s terminal 3 processing the crime scene. police say 23-year-old paul ciancia walked into the terminal, pulled out a crime began rifle and began shooting. >> i just saw the gun, and i was just terrified like everybody else was and we're all just on the ground. >> 39-year-old tsa officer gerardo hernandez was killed. federal agents brought food to the hernandez family's home. neighbors say they were shocked. >> my heart goes out to them. i pray the lord will give them peace and strength. >> the head of the tsa will arrive today. he'll meet with hernandez's family as well as two of the other agents wounded in the shooting. >> ciancia appeared to have a grudge against the security agency. in a note found in the 23-year- old's bag he called himself aed off patriot and said he believed his constitutional rights were being violated by tsa sear
CBS
Nov 13, 2013 7:00am EST
's attorney general says he will not retry the case. ryan ferguson and his father join us in a moment. but first "48 hours" correspondent air moriarty is here. her eight years of original covering of this case covered the gaps. good morning to you. >> good morning. most people expected it would take months to resolve ryan ferguson's fate. it took just four days. >> ryan! yay! >> how are you doing. >> it was finally over. last night a smiling ryan forgetson ferguson appeared before reporters and press. no longer in handcuffs or his prison-issued jumpsuit. he first thanked his parents, bill and mary ferguson. >> they're the most amazing parents. without them, i wouldn't have have had any hope. >> ferguson was convicted in 2005 of killing kent height hold, a popular newspaper sports editor. while there was plenty of physical evidence at the scene, none of it matched ferguson. he was convicted on the word of two witnesses. one was charles erickson, a high school classmate, who claimed they killed height hold in a late-night robbery. the other, a janitor who said he
CBS
Nov 11, 2013 7:00am EST
philippines. >> over 10,000 people have been killed by the super typhoon. >> u.s. marines are arriving with supplies. >> we don't have water. we don't have food. >> no matter how bad and how vulgar it sounds that's how we communicate. that's how our friendship was. >> richie incognito talking about the bullying controversy, and he claims he is not a racist. >> i hope i'm wrong. if they didn't allow richie incognito to say this rash shally motivated word. if you're black, you know what it means. >> talks on the nuclear deal and the nuclear program broke down over the weekend in geneva. >> did you lobby against it? >> lobby? yes, of course. that's an understatement. >> a big relief this morning after a 200-pound satellite predicted to crash into earth landed. >> they're teaming up to make sunday deliveries. it starts this sunday. >> all that -- >> lady gaga's latest project is kicking off. >> what she calls the first flying dress. >> hit in the air, caught by the bengals. >> in overtime ravens win. >> and all that matters. >> if i'm bothered by jokes on my
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Nov 13, 2013 4:30am EST
. he wants to help erickson who convicted him. >> he was used and map in lated. i kind of feel sorry for the guy. i know he feels victimized. >> as for the immediate future, ferguson wants some ice cream. >>> that's a good start. oochz >>> coming up on the "morning news," record-setting art, a three-panel painting by francis bacon blows away a previous auction record. this is the "cbs morning news." francis bake con blows away a previous auction record. this is the "cbs morning news." [ female announcer ] tonight, we're all cooking. because campbell's skillet sauces make it easy. just brown some meat and add the campbell's skillet sauce. for a meal so awesome, you'll want to share it. everyone is cooking with campbell's skillet sauces. and now try new campbell's slow cooker sauces. everyone is cooking with campbell's skillet sauces. and these little angels build in strength. and that little angel says, "weeeeeeeee!" 60% more sheets than charmin. everything you want and the value you love. angel soft. ♪ ♪ [ female announcer ] with five perfectly sweetened whole grains... you can't
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Nov 9, 2013 7:00am EST
throughout the weekend? tim williams tells us in the first warning weather forecast. eyewitness news weekend edition starts now. >>> good morning and welcome to eyewitness news this saturday. >> it's a chilly but beautiful start to the weekend. you have already seen the look outside. and if you haven't looked already with the time going back last week, it's already bright this time of day. but gets so dark so early in the day as well. but the sun is up. temperatures are cold. and winds are calm right now. and it will get breezy through the afternoon. but it will be a comfortable afternoon. temperature right now is 34 degrees. the range across the state goes from about 28 degrees to about. our forecast high today goes to 54 degrees under partly sunny to partly cloudy skies. overnight lows dipping down into the 30s. and tomorrow, up around 60 degrees with windy conditions through the afternoon. and the complete forecast is coming up. >> thank you. >>> but first, a look at the stories people are talking about this weekend. we're following breaking news from overnight. a fatal accident involving
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Nov 2, 2013 11:00pm EDT
saluted. >> it is a tragedy to us and his family. >> reporter: the killer took his own life after shooting the pair. >> we just want to know why. >> reporter: they want to remember him as the hero he was every day. >> we use the word losely, but in this case he was a hero. >> reporter: he was awarded a medal for saving a man and a lost 3-year-old boy. his loved ones cope with a life without him. >> their son, their grandson was a hero. it is a great loss to all of us. >> reporter: hoffman was a third generation firefighter. >> half of the cathedral were firefighters. >>> a car hit two troopers. there was a call for an armed robbery at route 152. one trooper was in the car. the other jumped out to get out of the way. >>> a pit ball mauled its owner to death. she was found inside her home on east 30th street. she died at the hospital. police are trying to figure out what caused the dog to attack. >>> an on line advertisement for a man looking to buy a car, but it took a tragic turn. police investigate a homicide. >> halloween night a deal turned deadly. 44-year-old of baltimore was badly w
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Nov 4, 2013 7:00pm EST
is at l.a.x. for us tonight. ben? >> reporter: scott, the alleged shooter is something of a blank slate-- no criminal record and, for someone his age, 23, he's posted very little online. his family says they're shocked and investigators are trying to figure out why he targeted t.s.a. officers here in this terminal at l.a.x. today, f.b.i. agents were at the apartment where paul anthony ciancia has been living outside of los angeles. they escorted one of his roommates to his cartelling reporters they needed to interview him. armando basco is his neighbor. >> we never thought -- he's a very quiet guy. >> reporter: since being wheeled into the hospital friday, ciancia has been heavily sedated and unable to talk. this picture was taken moments after police shot him to end the rampage. that's when they say ciancia told them that he acted alone and was dropped off at the airport by a friend. police also found a hand-written letter in his bag. in its ciancia wrote he made the conscious decision to try to kill multiple t.s.a. employees in order to instill fear in your traitorous minds. he mentio
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Nov 6, 2013 12:00pm EST
just yet. >>> a big marijuana bust in pasadena. august us stone is facing drug charges. 100 marijuana plants were confiscated, found during a raid monday morning. the plants are valued at $125,000. >>> it was election day in annapolis yesterday. the mayoral race is too close to call. at the moment, the republican challenger is ahead. there are 300 absentee ballots which will be counted tomorrow along with some from a broken voting machine. >>> we're enjoying seasonal temperatures across central maryland. outside right now mostly sunny and chilly. wjz live. and chelsea ingram is in the first warning center. we're all sweeping leaves. >> we are, especially with the winds. check out the current temperatures. we are warmer than we were yesterday. some of us nearing the 70- degree benchmark. today will be the warmest day of the week because the next system is being a little bit more progressive than we originally had expected. we're sitting at six in easton. and 65 at bwi marshall. and we're running from 3 degrees to 18 degrees warmer than this time yesterday. take a look at our temperatur
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Nov 11, 2013 12:00pm EST
just need your help. >> u.s. marines are arriving with badly needed supplies for the millions of disaster victims. >> there was 15 to 25 feet waves that came across the entire villages. so everything is wiped out. >> witnesses say the damage from friday's deadly typhoon looks more like the after math of a tsunami. >> it's horrific. >> bodies lined the streets. some are losing guns to fight off lewders. these american storm chasers became rescuers when the typhoon tore through a hotel. they used mattresses to help people escape. >> tens of thousands are feared dead. the death toll is difficult to track because phone lines are down. a sign of life came today in one of the hardest hit villages when a woman gave birth to a baby girl. >> back here some locally based organizations are jumping many to help with much needed supplies. >> we're told that it's as big a disaster in terms of its impact as the earthquake in hati and the indian ocean tsunami. the rest of the world will have to step up and help. >> 8,000 tarps are part of the items being sent from here to provide temporary s
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Nov 12, 2013 7:00am EST
seconds. >> you've got to help us. everything is gone. >> a desperate fight for life in the philippines. >> that death toll is now approaching 1800 but it is expected to go well in the thousands. >> the challenge really is to get the crucial aid to those most in need. >> every building is significantly damaged or destroyed. everything's wiped out. >> there has been looting. people are desperate. >> a lot of the people around the world will see snow today. as the arctic front is heading south, really cold air, that's not factoring in the winds. >>> "the wall street journal" reports fewer than 50,000 people successfully enrolled in the obama web care site. >> the manager in charge of building the website was apparently kept in the dark about serious failures in security. >>> the bucs get win one, and for miami, a loss. >> dolphins owner stephen ross forms an advisory committee. >> ross says he plans to meet with jonathan martin tomorrow. >> i'd like to hear from him what really happened and what we could have done to prevent this. >>> european efforts are lifting their
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Nov 7, 2013 5:00pm EST
of the violence, the death, the destruction that's happening in our communities. for us, within our organizations, they are our target. this is where we start to stablize them. this is where we start cutting the head off of that organized group and bringing them to justice. >> reporter: investigators connected the gang and its associates to at least 13 murders and 12 nonfatal shootings. primarily in the greenmount corridor, dating back as far back as 2005. the alleged gang members face charges under maryland's gang law, passed in 2007. state's attorney greg bensteen says this case represents a change and prosecute these gang- related cases. >> reporter: by charging the defendants under this statute, we can charge the gang members together together, as a group, and present to the jury at trial, each of the overt acts in furtherance of the gang activity. so that the jury understands the full mosaic of these defendants' swats of terror. >> the arrests welcomed neighborhoods that for long have felt under siege. >> we get tired of hearing all of the murders and the robberies. and you know, all the stu
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Nov 8, 2013 12:00pm EST
for non-life threatening injuries. back to you. >> thank you. this just into us, investigatort speed and alcohol appear to have been factors in the crash and they are continuing their investigation. >>> after a string of violent student robberies in towson, county and commuters leading are taking steps to improve safety. monique griego is live with more. good afternoon. >> reporter: good afternoon. s you said, don, the task force is looking at ways to improve safety. it wants to changes to happen as soon as possible. >> just this week three university students have been robbed while walking in the same towson community. one of them a 24-year-old male was viciously stabbed after being assaulted by two suspects. >> now that it's getting darker earlier it's scary walking home from classes. >> the robberies involved one goucher and two towson university students. the most recent happened thursday morning. the student said two suspects pulled up in a tan nissan vehicle and demanded her purse. while no weapon was involved, both of the previous attacks involved knives. >> that's been the
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Nov 10, 2013 11:30pm EST
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Nov 1, 2013 6:00pm EDT
. >> we got out. and they told us to stay underneath the plane. >> reporter: six people were transported to area hospitals. at least one is in critical condition. >> reporter: again, the suspect is identified as 23-year-old paul siancia, from pensville, new jersey. i just spoke with the airport security officer. good news for the flight crews. and airport workers here. they are allowed into and out of the airport. not still looking for passengers am they are still, essentially in lockdown. l.a.x. is the third busiest airport in the u.s. and you can imagine what a huge logistical nightmare this has become. live from los angeles, i'm teri okita. >> thank you very much. and our complete coverage of the l.a.x. shooting continues. mary is in the newsroom with reaction to the violent shooting spree. >> reporter: today's airport shooting sent travelers running in all directions, trying to outrun and get away from this gunman. some who had already cleared security rushed onto the tarmac, where others locked down in restaurants, lounges, trams and bathrooms. air traffic controllers reported seein
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Nov 3, 2013 10:30am EST
think where we are is the divide between policy and technology. it's pretty clear i think to those of us that have been watching this roll out that the technological base was not sufficient. and that the website didn't function. i felt, and i said this directly to the president's chief of staff, they ought to take down the website until it was right. they believe they need to keep it running that and they can sort out of difficulties that they brought in technological experts from a broad base of the private sector that by the end of november it can be sorted out. and be functioning properly. i don't think there's ever been any website started to do what this website does in the size of this one. i don't make excuse but i think that is pretty much fact of what's happened. >> schieffer: the president said in the beginning that one thing was that if you like the health care program you had you could keep it. we now know there was debate within the administration before he said that as to whether that was actually a promise that could be kept. should the president not have made that statem
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Nov 6, 2013 7:00am EST
parties send a message. political director john dickerson shows us what last night's high-profile election means for washington. >>> a murder conviction tossed out only on "cbs this morning." "48 hours" erin moriarty talks with the man sent away with no evidence and lying witnesses. >>> plus how long can toronto's play mayor survive after he finally admits to smoking crack? >> but we begin this morning with today's "eye opener," your world in 90 seconds. >> maybe the folks in washington, d.c., should tune in their tvs right now, see how it's done. >> governor chris christie sends a message to washington. >> easily winning the election. >> that wasn't an acceptance speech. that was an announcement speech. >> he may begin his run for the white house even though he won't say he's actually doing it. >> democrat terry mcauliffe squeaked out a win in the governor's race. >> have you tried it? >> probably in one of my drunken stupors. >> mr. ford's approval ratings have gone up despite growing calls for him to step up. >> you know what that makes you? enab
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Nov 7, 2013 7:00am EST
. >> he has a funny way of showing it. >> if they use richie incognito -- >> what you have done is let the bear out of the case. >> it is the most anticipated initial public offering of the year. twitter has set a price at $26 a chair. >> they price the company at more than $18 billion. >> you all heard about the website woes. >> not acceptable. i am focused fixing it. >> lying congress is a crime. unfortunately lying the american people is not. >> did you see it? people all across southern california are talking about an apparent meteor that lit up the night sky. >> was it flashes? >> it was bigger than that. it lit up the sky. i think it was a meteor. >> records are being set high above the earth. >> the olympic torch is in outer space for the first time. >> talk about being thrown into the deep end. two tiger cubs were given a swim test. >> look at that? >> somebody has a souvenir. >> that's a great. >> i love barbara walters. the rest can go -- >> and all that matters. >> kevin ware he is back. >> the tragic injury during the ncaa tournament last year. >>
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Nov 7, 2013 4:00pm EST
are not chapels, but what happened in miami wouldn't too far. >> let me be perfectly clear. the use of racial epitaphs, derogatory language about the young man or his mother, by any stretch of the imagination is not to be condoned. >> earlier this week, incognito said he wants to clear his name. the dolphins' head coach says he and his team are focused on monday night's game against tampa bay. >>> dozens of accused bank gang members off the streets today. they announced scores of indictments. denise is in the newsroom now with more on those charges. >> reporter: well, kai, 48 members and associates of the black guerrilla family gang are indicted. greggregg bernstein laid out his case. he said the group terrorized them for year. he hopes this large indictment will bring the group down. >> rather than simply prosecuting one of the cases, this sweeping and indicting against bgf will dismantle and eliminate their organization. and as a result, help to make baltimore a safer city. >> reporter: the black guerrilla gang was founded on the west coast, but has become increasingly more popular in balti
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Nov 8, 2013 7:00am EST
this morning." charlie rose is on assignment so jeff glor is with us. good morning. >> great to be here. >>> we're going begin with a storm that's the most powerful. typhoon haiyan is packing winds well over 200 miles an hour. >> at least four people are dead and seth doane is tracking developments from beijing sh morning. seth good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, jeff, and to norah. this typhoon is super massive, a category 5 storm. earlier today authorities in the philippines said more than 12 mill kronion people were in its paths. winds gusting up to 230 miles per hour heading toward southern philippines today. entire buildings were barely visible as violent winds blasted rain. 15-foot waves sent water pouring through city streets. super typhoons of this strength even have the power to blow apart storm-proof shelters. they're urging people to evacuate. this social worker said some evacuees were still living in shelters after the 7.2 earthquake that rocked this region just last month. in all, more than 700,000 people were evacuated from typhoon haiyan's
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Nov 14, 2013 5:00pm EST
later, these men use a knife to order her back behind the counter. they take cash, cigarettes and leave. look at long knife they used. police say these men are responsible for at least a dozen violent robberies throughout baltimore city and county. along burke avenue, near both campuses. karina vogard is a friend and victim from the store. >> how frightening was it for her? was she terrified? >> she was. she ended up calling me later on, telling me she was really scared of what happened. >> one of them was standing behind her, with the knife held out on her. i'm sure she's happy they didn't hurt her at all. >> reporter: the men were wearing masks when they came up to the clerk and tried to attack her. she could not see her faces. >> reporter: police who saturated the area capture them just a few blocks away. >> when it comes down to it in the end, it's tenacity, good old-school police work that solves these cases. >> reporter: it put the community on edge for weeks. >> when i found out that someone was actually caught, it's gratifying to know that the police are really doing their job.
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Nov 5, 2013 7:00pm EST
to make an act of self-indulgence by taking his own life publicly, and it's a tragedy to us all. >> reporter: the gunshots sent thousands of people scrambling for cover inside new jersey's largest mall. carmen reynolds was getting ready to leave work at a clothing store. did you have a plan at the store for an active shooter situation like that? >> no, we don't have a plan, but i always thought about it, like, where would we hide if we had to hide? and the only place was the bathroom. >> reporter: the drama played out three days after the shooting at los angeles international airport, and six weeks after terrorists attacked a mall in africa. many employees in the new jersey mall followed protocols created by the department of homeland security and retailerses by quickly closing store gates to protect customers inside. as many as 400 people were in hiding at one point. carmen reynolds and two others were in a bathroom for three hours. >> and at one point we actually turned the lights off because we were afraid. we were hearing noises, but we couldn't tell if they were in the stor
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Nov 6, 2013 5:00pm EST
, the suspects, described as three young men. and the method, using a knife to threaten the robberies. >> never this blatant. that's what is scary. it's time after time now. >> reporter: putting this community on high alert. >> reporter: and goucher college is not commenting at this hour. they say that's because these incidents have not happened on their campus. reporting live in towson, mike hellgren, wjz eyewitness news. >> mike, thank you. >> now, mobile phones were taken in both attacks. we're following breaking news right now. major backups near providence road in baltimore county. sky eye chopper 13 is over the scene. let's go to captain jeff long with more. hi, captain jeff. >> one victim was extricated from that silver car you see there. three vehicles involved in this accident, on the inner loop of the beltway. this is right at the cromwell bridge road exit. so coming out of towson, on the inner loop, you run into this. only one lane getting by on the right. significant delays on the inner loop. we're also seeing? backups on the outer loop, as people drive by and take a look at this. r
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Nov 11, 2013 5:00pm EST
. but to the north and west of us, there's some really chilly air. look at that. chicago just dropped to around 32, 33. only 16 in winnipeg. 23 in bismarck. this morning, there was some below-0 temperatures in the dakotas, while here in the mountains, in the 50s and 60s, even 70 down in memphis. with the cold air coming in, you might expect garrett and allegheny counties and those neighboring mountain areas in west virginia. late tonight, through tuesday, a winter weather advisory, because they'll be getting snow on the ground. what will we be seeing? chelsea is in the outback. she has a look at what we can generally expect around here and elsewhere. >> that's exactly right, bob. thank you. let's first stake a look at a time line. we'll see rainfall moving into the i-45 corridors as early as 6:00 a.m. -- 4:00 a.m. and between 6:00 to 9:00 a.m., we expect the rainfall to completely change over from rain to snowfall in the region. and 9:00 to 1:00, we'll see showers tapering to sprinkles and flurries, drying out by afternoon. as for how much we're looking at? well, that winter weather advisory is in
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Nov 12, 2013 6:00am EST
light shower activity is going to start over the mountains and approach us. it's not going to be a big deal. you can see a wet snow flake at the end of it. look how mild it still is. 48 degrees, two shy of 50 on tv hill. we're pretty much at our high. it's 10 warmer than this time yesterday. by lunch 40, by bedtime 32 and continuing to fall. >>> here is sharon gibala at wjz traffic control. >> we have two issues. first of all, if you're traveli7 70 mount rooer ree -- mount erie road there's a deer in the road. speeds still good on the beltway and on 95. that's a live look outside at 95 just north of the beltway. there's a look at 295 southbound at 175 looking at some volume there. that is right near where we have that accident that we were telling you about. now wjz has the stories people are talking about this morning. here's don. >> thank you. >>> thousands and thousands ares emergency workers begin to arrive in the philippines days after the monster typhoon there. wjz has complete coverage of the storm for you. mike schuh has more on marylanders still waiting to hear from missing lo
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Nov 12, 2013 4:00pm EST
>>> first, the typhoon. now a growing humanitarian crisis. >> they have shorted us food, tents, everything. >> reporter: the major disaster relief operation in the philippines. will it be enough? >> hi, everybody. i'm mary bubala. >> i'm kai jackson. here's what people are talking about. >> we are talking bay desperate situation in the philippines, as help for the survivors of the typhoon is slow to arrive. and there is chaos, when supplies are available. tina kraus reports for wjz, with the latest. >> reporter: the filipino military struggled to keep order at tacloban's airport. 800 people were evacuated in advance of the typhoon. and many of those who remain are now trying to get out. >> everything everything is gone. our houses. everything. there's nothing to eat, nothing to drink. >> reporter: the typhoon damaged or destroyed an estimated 23,000 homes, displacing more than 600,000 people. many of the dead remain unburied. this woman says rescuers have not come back in days and asks, why haven't they returned to recover the bodies? severe food and water shortages are adding
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Nov 12, 2013 5:00pm EST
pressure that is continuing to provide us with the cold, canadian air mass. bob will have more details coming up in your exclusive first warning forecast. for now, i'm live with the wjz mobile weather lab here at quarry lake. back to you guys on tv hill. >> and check in with wjz for first warning weather coverage. we'll keep you updated on the threat of su severe weather. and bring you information on any closings or delays. >>> city police move swiftly to get violent criminals offer the streets. wjz is alongside police as they do it. procial richie shows us how it all went down. >> reporter: baltimore city police say these raids will continue, until every suspect, every criminal is behind bars and convicted. >> reporter: it's 4:00 a.m. and wjz is there, as dozens of baltimore city police officers and the watteam gear up and load up to break down the doors of unexpecting bgf gang members and those allegedly working for them. >> police, search warrant! >> wjz rides along, as search warrants are carried out on homes just after 5:00 this morning. >> reporter: all of these search warrants a
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Nov 13, 2013 6:00am EST
to dismantle the black guerilla family family using drug conspiracy and related charges. >> undercover officers quitely approached the home. we are there, cameras rolling as police go into action. >> hands up. hands up. get on the floor. down, down. >> residents living on rutlande up to the commotion. one of the intended targets is e the home. he's quickly handcuffed and tak. the raids are in response to the blood bath on city streets police is at the hands of black guerilla family gang members. police say they will arrest and prosecute the black guerilla family until they are all behind bars. rochelle richie, wjz eyewitness news. >> some suspecting gang members were arrested as part of those raids but what happens when they go to prison or jail? coming up, a wjz exclusive for you. vic carter will speak with the former security chief who will reveal how the gangs took control of the baltimore county detention center. it's a story of sex, smuggling and power and coming in about 20 minutes this morning. >>> relief efforts are picking up this morning in parts of the philippines hardest hit by th
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Nov 14, 2013 6:00am EST
. according to a gang expert, one of the many moneymakers. >> they use that money to help with their day-to-day activities. in other instances they pay a tax to the command structure of the black guerilla family gang. >> raids like this are happening all across the city as mayor stephanie rwalings-blake trying to rid her city of violent criminals. >> we've had these things in the works. this is simmer. we haven't even gotten the heatd ed yet. >> the state's attorney office has handed down 68 indictments in the last week with no plans to pull back on police raids. more are coming. >> police say the bloodshed on the streets, hundreds of people with fear. >> it's key in taking back the streets of baltimore. the gang expert we spoke with today said going to jail for many of these guys is like a badge of honor. i'm rochelle richie, wjz eyewitness news. >> as we reported, some gangs are run sex and smuggling operations from behind bars. wjz investigated further the corruption at the baltimore city detention center. what does the man at the top have to say? secretary gay maynard speaks out. it'
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Nov 5, 2013 7:00am EST
. >> let's face us, a lot of us didn't realize that passing the law was the easy part. >> and on "cbs this morning" -- >> it's the same amount by which hot dog is beating rat on a stick. [ laughter ] >> announcer: this morning's "eye opener" is presented by toyota. "eye opener" is presented by toyota. let's go placed. captioning funded by cbs >>> welcome to "cbs this morning." norah o'donnell is off. margaret brennan is with us. good morning. >> good morning, good to be back. >> good to have you back. >>> a late-night shooting leads to an all night search inside new jersey's largest shopping mall. the gunman is dead this morning but no one else is hurt. >> here's what the scene looks like this morning. hundreds of panicked shoppers were trapped for hours inside the garden state plaza in paramus, new jersey. elaine quijano is on the scene. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you margaret and charlie. the shooting happened just before the mall was slated to close at 9:30 witnesses and the police said the gunman had ample opportunity to shoot people as he moved through the mall. >
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Nov 10, 2013 9:00am EST
: on this veterans day eve, david martin takes us to a musical performance by some wounded warriors. mo rocca finds his second childhood at a toy factory. we joy for breakfast at a park in beijing, paula pound stone offers her take on the affordable care act and more, but first, the headlines for this sunday morning, the 10th of november, 2013. as many as 10,000 are dead after one of the most powerful typhoons on record hit the philippines. typhoon had winds gusting up to 170 miles per hour, about the force of a tornado. along with a massive storm surge. the city of paglabann southeast of manila was left in ruins. survivors are having trouble finding food and clean water. the u.s. they i have is deploying shifts and aircraft to the philippines to help. the typhoon is now bearing down on china and vietnam but has begun to weaken. talks between iran and six world powers, including the united states broke off in geneva yesterday without agreement limiting tehran's nuclear program but negotiations will continue later this month. you may recall that late september run on new york between a new york moto
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Nov 1, 2013 4:30am EDT
putting clinton on the ticket in 2012, even taking polls and using focus groups, but they dropped the idea after determining president obama would not get a bump by having clinton as vice president. >>> and in the middle east, israeli warplanes crossed over into syria and bombed a russian shipment of missiles. meanwhile in washington the u.s. ambassador to syria was grilled by a senate committee about what's going on there. margaret brennan reports. >> reporter: the welcome ambassador made it clear to bob corker. >> i want to thank you for coming before us today because you have to be incredibly embarrassed. >> reporter: corker accused the administration of breaking its promise to deliver military aid to the pre-syrian army. >> do you feel good about what our country is doing good with them right now? >> senator, there isn't a person on my team at this state department who doesn't feel frustrated, frustrated by the syrian problem in general. >> reporter: ford argued the u.s. is helping and pointed to the state department's delivery today of ten pickups to the rebels. senator mccain scoffed
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Nov 8, 2013 7:00pm EST
-mart, the nation's biggest private employer, will add 55,000 jobs. up 10% from last year. toys "r" us, 45,000, the same as 2012. but target, with 70,000 hires, is cutting its holiday work force by 20%. overall, this year's seasonal hiring is expected to about equal last year's as the economy refuses to kick into overdrive. >> it's not particularly robust but i don't see it as particularly fragile, either. >> reporter: dean mack zi chief u.s. economist at barkley's. >> we think next year is somewhat better than this year but it won't be a sea change where we're booming again. >> reporter: the jobs number was not severely affected by the shutdown because most employees remained on the payroll but, scott, the federal government did shed another 12,000 jobs last month. >> pelley: anthony, thanks very much. now, for a more complete picture, we want to show you the underemployed numbers we got today. when you add the number of unemployed with those who can find only part-time work and those who've given up looking the number comes to 21.6 million americans. the percentage of americans in the la
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Nov 13, 2013 7:00pm EST
administration finally told us how many americans have signed up. in the first month, it comes to just over 106,000. people who chose policies on both the federal and state sites, though they had not necessarily paid for them yet. that is only about 20% of the 494,000 that the administration had projected. major garrett at s at the white house for us tonight. major? >> reporter: scott, the white house said for weeks these enroll. numbers would fall short of expectations-- and they have. the poorly designed federal health care web site-- here thisly unusable in its first days of operation-- severely limited the number of people who were able to sign up for coverage. of the 106,000 americans who are counted as enrolled in obamacare, less than a third-- just under 27,000-- did so by navigating healthcare.gov. the remaining three quarters-- just under 80,000-- signed up on one of the health insurance exchanges run by 14 states and the district of columbia. more disturbing for the administration, the ratio of obamacare customers is currently heavily tilted toward those receiving insurance entirely f
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